inReaders Converse About…America’s Most Literary Cities
Earlier this month, Dr. Christopher Sten, professor of English at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. wrote a guest column for inReads about why he sees Washington as the nation’s literary capital. We wanted to open the discussion up to the inReads community, so we made the topic a “Conversation of the Week,” encouraging inReaders here and on Twitter to weigh in on what city they found to be most literary. #wherewewrite
Check out some of the responses:
Bryce Wilson says:
I really don’t think there’s any other contender than Berkeley in America. There’s a book shop on every block. Literally. Powell’s alone would be enough to earn it the title.
I’ll have to say Paris; every time I read about my favorite authors there is mention of their time in that city and how she helped them evolve into the writer they were meant to be….
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